Benefit will feature one-of-a-kind kosher culinary experience presented by Wolfgang Puck and musical performance by Ishay Ribo
Chai Lifeline will celebrate its 2021 Annual Gala on Tuesday, November 16, at Pier Sixty in New York City. The program, titled “An Evening on the Hudson,” will highlight the critical work of Chai Lifeline, the Jewish community’s leading children’s health support network, and benefit families living with serious illness, crisis, and loss.
The event will feature world-class entertainment and inspiration. Renowned chef Wolfgang Puck will present a one-of-a-kind kosher culinary experience and Israeli singer-songwriter Ishay Ribo will perform.
Jorge Capote, vice president of patient relations at Memorial Sloan Kettering will be honored with the Maimonides Medical Achievement Award for his dedication, advocacy, and work on behalf of patients and families. The Gala will also include the dedication of The Dr. Leon and Frances Gersten Z”L National Counseling Program at Chai Lifeline and pay tribute to the Evan Levy Z”L Fund, recognizing its five years of life-changing impact through financial support to families in medical crisis.
“The Gala is an opportunity for the community to come together to celebrate the important work of Chai Lifeline and show its support for the more than 6,000 children and families that rely on our services and programs,” said Rabbi Simcha Scholar, CEO of Chai Lifeline. “From counseling and mental health support to emergency financial assistance, Chai Lifeline is there to help alleviate the pain families face during the most challenging of times.”
To reserve a seat or a table, donate, or place a journal ad, please visit www.chaidinner.org or call 212-699-6658.